July 14, 2022

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has appointed Vincent Tammaro chief financial officer and vice president for health sciences, effective Aug. 1.

Tammaro comes to Ohio State Wexner Medical Center from Yale New Haven Health, an integrated health system in Connecticut, where he served most recently as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Tammaro-Vincent

“With more than 26 years of experience as a health care leader, Vincent has a distinguished record of building diverse, high-performing teams focused on innovative financial management solutions,” said Mark Larmore, interim co-leader and chief financial officer, Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. “His breadth and depth of expertise and successes will undoubtedly be an asset as the medical center enterprise continues to advance strategic priorities in support of our patient care, education and research missions.”

In this role, Tammaro will oversee finance, treasury, information technology, data analytics, revenue cycle, supply chain, the OSU Health Plan and related areas. He will support the strategic and financial planning of the medical center, including long-range business planning and financial goal setting. Additionally, Tammaro will manage short- and long-term operational and capital plans in support of the academic health center’s mission to improve people’s lives in Ohio and across the world through innovation in research, education and patient care.

Tammaro will succeed Larmore, who will retire Aug. 31 after serving as chief financial officer and vice president of health sciences since 2015. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Vincent, his wife Catherine and their three children to the Buckeye family,” said Dr. Andrew Thomas, interim co-leader and chief clinical officer, Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. “He is the right person to build on the strong foundation that Mark has established over the past seven years. On behalf of the entire medical center, we are looking forward to working with him as we continue to grow our footprint, our community impact and our national reputation.” 

A graduate of Pace University’s School of Business, Tammaro began his career at Sound Shore Medical Center in New Rochelle. He spent four years at Ernst & Young as a practicing certified public accountant serving health care clients. Tammaro joined Yale New Haven Health in 2002 as director of financial reporting, was promoted to senior vice president of corporate finance in 2012 and executive vice president and chief financial officer in 2016.


Media Contact: Serena Smith, Wexner Medical Center Media Relations, Serena.Smith@osumc.edu